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Victorian public buildings Collection

Choose a picture from our Victorian public buildings Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

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Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Tower Bridge J060035

Tower Bridge J060035
TOWER BRIDGE, London. Floodlit view at night with the Thames in foreground and the " Gherkin" Swiss Re Tower framed by the bridge

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St Pancras Chambers J950053

St Pancras Chambers J950053
ST PANCRAS CHAMBERS, London. Exterior view from the south east

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St Pancras Hotel DD59_00075

St Pancras Hotel DD59_00075
ST PANCRAS HOTEL (or Midland Grand Hotel), Camden, London. St Pancras Hotel was built to the Italianate Gothic designs of Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1868-74

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St Pancras Station 1895 CC73_02377

St Pancras Station 1895 CC73_02377
ST PANCRAS STATION, Camden, London. An interior view of St Pancras Station, looking down on the platforms which are busy with commuters

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St Pancras Hotel a062173

St Pancras Hotel a062173
ST PANCRAS HOTEL, Euston Road, London. Interior detail showing the iron balustrades of the grand staircase in the Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras station. Date range: 1960-1972. John Gay

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St. Pancras Hotel staircase a062211

St. Pancras Hotel staircase a062211
ST PANCRAS HOTEL, London. Interior of the Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras looking up towards the stone vaulted ceiling above the grand staircase. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Palace of Westminster J060186

Palace of Westminster J060186
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, City of Westminster, London. View of the Houses of Parliament from across the river Thames

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Bolton Town Hall 33165_027

Bolton Town Hall 33165_027
Bolton Town Hall, Victoria Square, Bolton. Lancashire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Royal Exchange, City of London a065448

The Royal Exchange, City of London a065448
ROYAL EXCHANGE, City of London. An interior view of the elaborate vaulted and domed cast iron and glass roof and pedimented Ionic first floor windows of the Royal Exchange. Photographed by John Gay

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Palace of Westminster J060218

Palace of Westminster J060218
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, City of Westminster, London. The Houses of Parliament including the Big Ben clock tower. A view from the south bank of the river Thames at night with reflection in the water

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Darlington Mechanics Institute a027041

Darlington Mechanics Institute a027041
Mechanics Institute, 82 Skinnergate, Darlington, County Durham. Opened in 1854 to help the working class to educate themselves. Photographed in 2001

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Coniscliffe Road waterworks 28985_022

Coniscliffe Road waterworks 28985_022
Coniscliffe Road waterworks, Darlington. Photographed in 2018

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Palace of Westminster CC97_01069

Palace of Westminster CC97_01069
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. A complete view of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben taken from Parliament Square with horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Royal Albert Hall K991017

The Royal Albert Hall K991017
THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL, London. View of the concert hall at night

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Curzon Street Station BB64_02092

Curzon Street Station BB64_02092
Curzon Street Station, Curzon Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. View from the south-west. Curzon Street Station was built by Philip Hardwick in 1838 as the original terminus of the London to

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Round House CC79_00317

The Round House CC79_00317
The Round House, Main Street, Breedon On The Hill, Leicestershire. An 18th century circular Lock-Up. Before a national system of policing was set up many villages had their own lock-up where

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544

Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544
ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE, The Strand, London. A perspective view of the Royal Courts of Justice, looking east down The Strand towards St Dunstan in the West

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Euston Road DD64_00012

Euston Road DD64_00012
EUSTON ROAD, London. View of Euston Road showing Euston Arch (built 1837, demolished 1961). Pillars, pediment and portico. Photographed by Bedford Lemere

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Natural History Museum CC97_01692

Natural History Museum CC97_01692
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, London. A perspective view of the museum from the road with horse-drawn vehicles. The building was designed by Alfred Waterhouse and built in 1881

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St Pancras Hotel a062209

St Pancras Hotel a062209
ST PANCRAS HOTEL, Euston Road, London. Interior of the Midland Grand Hotel at St. Pancras Station showing the grand staircase. Date range: 1960 - 1972. John Gay

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St Pancras Hotel a061729

St Pancras Hotel a061729
ST PANCRAS HOTEL, Euston Road, London. Exterior detail showing the curve of the south front of the Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras station. Date range: 1960-1972. John Gay

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Bank of England DD97_00538

The Bank of England DD97_00538
BANK OF ENGLAND, Threadneedle Street, City of London. A corner view of the Bank of England on Threadneedle Street with pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Royal Exchange CC97_01494

The Royal Exchange CC97_01494
ROYAL EXCHANGE, City of London. A view looking from Mansion House Street towards the Royal Exchange with buses and other horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Royal Albert Hall a98_06829

The Royal Albert Hall a98_06829
THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL, London. Detail of a decorative frieze and statue. 1960s photograph by Eric de Mare

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Big Ben Clock Tower K060082

Big Ben Clock Tower K060082
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, Parliament Square, London. View of the Big Ben clock tower

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Big Ben Clock Tower J060189

Big Ben Clock Tower J060189
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, Parliament Square, London. Detail of the Big Ben clock tower

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Big Ben Clock Tower N040018

Big Ben Clock Tower N040018
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER Parliament Square, City of Westminster, London. A view of the Clock Tower Big Ben

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Albert Memorial

Albert Memorial
Prince Consort National Memorial, 1862 to 1875. Hyde Park, London. IoE 412963

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: John Rylands Library DD59_00090

John Rylands Library DD59_00090
JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, Manchester. Interior view along one of the gallery corridors at clerestorey level. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in 1900

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St. Pancras Station a062329

St. Pancras Station a062329
ST. PANCRAS STATION, London. An elevated view looking along the Euston Road frontage of St Pancras Station seen from behind the railings on the top of the porte cochere of the the Midland Grand

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Parliament Square N060911

Parliament Square N060911
PARLIAMENT SQUARE, London. General view across the Square towards Big Ben clock tower and the Palace of Westminster

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Royal Albert Hall DD97_00168

The Royal Albert Hall DD97_00168
ALBERT HALL, London. A view of the hall from Hyde Park with horse-drawn carriages in the foreground. The concert hall opened in 1871 and was partly financed by a 999-year leasehold of over 1

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St Pancras Hotel a062180

St Pancras Hotel a062180
ST PANCRAS HOTEL, Euston Road, London. Interior birds eye view looking down through the stairwell of the grand staircase of the Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras Station. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Bank of England CC97_01164

The Bank of England CC97_01164
BANK OF ENGLAND, Threadneedle Street, City of London. A view of the Bank of England looking down Threadneedle Street and showing the decorations for Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee of 1897

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: St Pancras Station J890064

St Pancras Station J890064
ST PANCRAS STATION, London. Exterior view of the station at dusk

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Albert Memorial K980925

The Albert Memorial K980925
THE ALBERT MEMORIAL, London. Detail of the gilded statue of Prince Albert

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: The Albert Memorial J860024

The Albert Memorial J860024
THE ALBERT MEMORIAL, City of Westminster, London. View from the South West, pre-restoration

Background imageVictorian public buildings Collection: Tower Bridge 21766_11

Tower Bridge 21766_11
TOWER BRIDGE, London. Aerial view


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